Obama to make another campaign stop in Iowa

Aimee Burch

President Barack Obama will be making another campaign stop in Iowa this week.

In his fourth trip to Iowa in his re-election campaign, Obama will speak to the public at Kirkwood Community College’s Johnson Hall on Tuesday, July 10.

During the speech, Obama is expected to touch on such issues as the economy and his plans “to build an economy that is grown from the middle out, not from the top down, where everyone has a fair shot to succeed and plays by the same set of rules,” according to a release from his campaign.

His speech will aim for those citizens still undecided about who they will vote for come November. He is expected to relate how he and Republican opponent Mitt Romney have drastically different ideas on how to grow the struggling economy.

Doors open at 10:15 a.m. The event is open to the public, though tickets were given out at Obama campaign headquarters prior to the event.